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DizzyFIX


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  • The DizzyFIX training device teaches people diagnosed with BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo) how to perform the Epley, a particle repositioning maneuver.
  • BPPV may be a chronic condition and up to 50% of people will experience relapse in their lifetime.
  • The general objective of the DizzyFIX device is to visually guide the user through the maneuver.
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Safety Information
There are many types of vertigo. The Dizzyfix is only for BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo). If you have not been diagnosed with Posterior Canal BPPV, the Dizzyfix is not right for you.

Indications
Posterior Canal BPPV

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Product Description

The DizzyFIX training device is an interactive device that teaches anyone how to easily perform the Epley. The Epley is a particle repositioning maneuver for people diagnosed with BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo), the most common cause of vertigo. This device is not a substitute for medical advice or the attention of a physician. Before using the DizzyFIX it is important that a physician be consulted about all possible causes of vertigo and dizziness. The Epley maneuver is only for posterior canal BPPV.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005GRG6PA
  • UPC: 385640009997
  • Item model number: DF-999
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #84,035 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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I used the Dizzy FIX 3 times, & I was cured!!!
Sandra
It is slightly pricey, but it's definitely worth the money!
E. G. Power
All I can say is that this product really works.
Izzy

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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By S. Elsbernd on September 8, 2011
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I first heard of BPPV when my doctor told me that it was what I had. The dizziness I was experiencing was terrible and I was ending each work day on the verge of tears. I didn't realize that dizziness could be so disruptive until this experience. I found it difficult to read my work on the computer as my eyes would start rapidly moving any time I shifted my head. Walking down the hall was it's own challenge and I found myself walking close to the hallway walls so I could grab on if I needed to. I've talked to several people since finding out I had BPPV and have heard of some people not being able to stand as their dizziness was so bad.

I had read that BPPV can last months and in some cases years...and I was not interested in sitting around and waiting until the crystal dissolved on its own.

I ordered the DizzyFix and used it the night it arrived. I noticed a significant decrease in the amount of dizziness and after 3 days of using it, the dizziness has decreased to a manageable level. I can turn my head left and right without experiencing any dizziness. If I look up or down, then I get the dizziness back so bad that I have to grab onto the nearest wall.

I highly recommend this device for anyone with BPPV.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Lavendar on September 25, 2012
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I've been diagnosed w/BPPV. This is my third bout of ear crystals coming lose within 11 years and this time it has lasted 4+ months. My doctor advises the Epley Maneuver and that is why I purchased the Dizzy Fix a few months ago. The Dizzy Fix clips to the visor of a "baseball" hat. The first few times I clipped it to the hat, it stayed put. The clip quickly loosened its grip, however, so that when it is attached to the hat and I move my head to get in the positions, the Dizzy Fix flops around. I've ended up holding the hat brim and clip with one hand when I go into the head positions. It is an annoying interruption. When the Dizzy Fix is clipped to the hat securely, you do get a very accurate Epley Maneuver. I've decided to super glue it to the cap and see if that keeps it stationed in place. It definitely needs a more secure attachment to the hat.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Lorain O'Neil on April 12, 2013
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Worked for me, but really brace yourself for that first time. When the pellet goes around the red corner, they warn you you may be dizzy for thirty seconds if you have BPPV. Understatement of the year! Maelstrom! But they were right, only lasted thirty seconds and much better afterwards. One thing-- they don't tell you not to lay down flat for a week afterwards (found this on the internet), that was crucial to me recovering afterwards (slept with head propped up). If you've got BPPV and can't master the Epley Maneuver just from watching all the YouTube videos on it, this product is a godsend. If you are dizzy for some other reason, this product would be a waste to you. Maybe want to try the Epley Maneuver before you purchase this product --if you get that 30 seconds of acute dizzinesss, well, welcome to the BPPV club! :-(
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By UnivPT on February 27, 2012
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Great product! I work for a University; I bought this for one of my professors to use in class. She says it's just what she was looking for.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Tony on June 21, 2014
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When these terrible symptoms hit me I quickly learned about Posterior BPPV and the Epley maneuver that is designed to solve it but had no success in performing it. Figured this meant that I either did not have Posterior BPPV or that I was performing the Epley incorrectly. It appears in youtube to be very clear and simple but I thought that perhaps there was a tighter tolerance for error then one might think and that perhaps I was not holding the head angles precisely enough.

So enter this tool, which is based on the Epley. I asked several enthusiastic reviewers if and how this tool made an accurate Epley dance more certain. If the Dizzy Fix revealed any possible errors that could occur without using it. Though these reviewers were all recent and therefore likely still tuned in, I got nothing but silence, causing me to doubt them. Always depressing.

Looking at the picture now. You have a tube coming out from the hat that bends down to meet a twisted U shaped tube. Only the latter liquid filled U tube is involved and there are 5 relevant points on it. Two ends colored blue and yellow, two bent areas halfway along colored red, and the middle where the empty tube from hat joins. A floating colored ball.

One needs a bed, table, or stout object on floor because it is crucial to have your head hanging not only back but down so head is not in same plane as body.

I recommend "Peter Johns" on YT for 2 vids, one on posterior and one on horizontal BPPV.

The ball is moved to and started at the end that is your bad side.

At first 45 degree head angle on bad side the ball goes from end to red zone roughly. At 45 degree Angle #2 on other side the ball moves to middle juncture.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By norma ward on November 12, 2012
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This product works pretty well but the clip that holds it onto the baseball cap is loose and seems to slip back and forth when head is turned to do the exercise/procedure.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Shoebie on June 21, 2014
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I was diagnosed with BPPV over 12 years ago. After my family Dr. couldn't treat my symptoms with drugs etc for several months, I was referred to an ENT who performed a maneuver which gave me instant results! I had moved out of his practice area and have had a handful of bouts over the years, which I tried to imitate the maneuver on my own with some success, and once the procedure performed by a Physical Therapist. We had vacation planned and would be in and out of a fishing boat for a week and my "dizzies" had returned. No time for doctor/ Physical Therapy appointments! I ordered the DizzyFix after reading the many positive reviews and had it delivered next day. I realized that this item would not make the procedure painless..or should I say "dizzy less" but was hoping for swift fix. I was not disappointed. My husband did help by directing me through the steps to this procedure. IT WORKED! A week later and I still feel great. Vacation was saved! It worked for me.
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